Casual Games Makes It Into The Sony PS3

In the new millennium, with the proliferation of the Internet, online gaming has rapidly grown in popularity around the world. Children and adults alike are spending an increasing amount of time on their computers playing games, seeking recreation and relaxation. There are many companies creating these games and they have enjoyed phenomenal success as a result of this trend.

As we embark on 2008, a new trend is taking shape in the world of online gaming. Online games are moving to video game consoles. Gaming consoles like the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 are offering new features that allow their users to download games that were previously “online only.” This trend is at its turning point, and as a result, we will soon see phenomenal growth in the field of console gaming. Arcade games have gone from being available only at local malls, to the computer, and now finally to the home console.

PlayStation 3 offers this online service for free, while Xbox 360 charges a fee of $50 per year. This allows its users to download online content for their consoles. The Playstation offer may just be an introductory offer and once this trend sets in I hope they monetize this as well by charging some kind of subscription based fee. The great thing about this is that once expensive game console games are now almost available for free. When users want a change, all they do is surf the Internet, download new games, and plug it into their consoles. You are now seeing enhanced graphics on a เว็บแทงบอล large plasma LCD TV screen and believe me, the experience is much better than online. I anticipate a lot of couch potato behavior as a result of this trend!

Experts in the industry are of the opinion that the enhanced graphics capabilities of online gaming have really leveled the field between console gaming and online gaming. Just a few years ago, there was a very significant difference in visual experience between online and console games. The proliferation of broadband and the availability of bandwidth were not strong enough to allow online gamers to go crazy with heavy graphics. No longer. Increasing internet usage and ever-increasing speeds have made online gaming just as good as console gaming, which is no doubt the underlying cause of this trend.